Kingston College Apprenticeships
Apprentices learn on the job, build up knowledge and skills and gain qualifications, all whilst earning a wage at the same time.
Apprentices work towards National Vocational Qualifications (NVQs) and other nationally recognised qualifications usually by attending courses at college on a part time basis.
Apprenticeships are available at Regulated Qualifications Framework (RQF) Levels 2, 3 or 4. You must already be in a paid job or apply for an apprenticeship directly via the Government's Apprenticeship website. You are not able to apply for an apprenticeship directly through the college
South Thames College, Carshalton College, Kingston College are pleased to announce that they formally merged today, 1, August 2017.
The three Colleges will form the South Thames Colleges Group – with Carshalton College, Kingston College and South Thames College all continuing with their existing names. This will allow the colleges to continue to build on their successful reputations.
South Thames College’s Merton Campus will formally become Merton College, meaning the new group has four distinct member colleges.
Who to contact
- 020 8268 2857
Students with an Education, Heath and Care Plan (EHCP) will retain their plan during an apprenticeship or traineeship placement.
- Contact Telephone
- 020 8268 3065
- Contact Email
Kingston College Additional Learning Support
What do different FRQ qualifications mean?
Access to Work Funding (EHCP)